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Re: Part 3 IAC Birthday Party Tour

AmberWaveG@aol.com wrote:

> I belive that the American Hosta Growers Association should be givin a voting
> position on the AHS board rather than a non voting position simply titled
> AHGA Liasion.
> Gary
> Amber Wave Gardens

As part of my policy of disagreeing with everyone about everything, I disagree.
I think the AHGA should stay out of the politics of the AHS and should stick with
being a group of hosta growers.  One reason I dropped out of the AHGA was because
Jim Wilkins used it's input as a part of his justification for the adoption of
the current policies under dispute.  It seemed to me that he was saying that he
was surprised at the uproar because a representative of the growers was involved
in the formulation of the policy.

When the AHGA gets a board position, it speaks for its members, whether they
agree or not.  Where would the group be now if it had officially voted for or
against the Preferred Growers Program?


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